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Old April 12th, 2017, 08:33 AM   #1
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wanted parts for 1966 w30 resto

I need an alternator ,starter and water pump for a factory 1966 w30 restoration
please check your storage bins and spare parts

Alternator part number 1100767
date codes 6-b,c,d or e-6
starter part number 1107330
date code 6-b,c,d or e -6
water pump part number 384783
date code 60--120 or so


I am to the point in the restoration that I need the starter and water pump to paint the engine and install in the chassis.
thank you
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Old April 12th, 2017, 09:09 AM   #2
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I need an alternator ,starter and water pump for a factory 1966 w30 restoration
please check your storage bins and spare parts

Alternator part number 1100767
date codes 6-b,c,d or e-6
starter part number 1100330
date code 6-b,c,d or e -6
water pump part number 384783
date code 60--120 or so


I am to the point in the restoration that I need the starter and water pump to paint the engine and install in the chassis.
thank you
scott
919-876-9899
[email protected]
I think you're needing starter # 1107330,not 1100330. You would think a restorer of such a rare car would know the correct part #'s. Whatcha think about that Lewis?
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Old April 12th, 2017, 10:51 AM   #3
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photo shop

why did you photo shop the wrong part number in your reply ?
that is very childish of you just to make yourself look all knowing


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Old April 12th, 2017, 12:35 PM   #4
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why did you photo shop the wrong part number in your reply ?
that is very childish of you just to make yourself look all knowing


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I am all knowing and I will deal with you next time I see you.
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Old April 12th, 2017, 02:22 PM   #5
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Geez, children, chill out.
I think I have the water pump, a CarQuest rebuilt unit NOS, with the date code being hard to read.
Why doesn't anyone want ducts, bezels, or battery cables?
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Old April 12th, 2017, 02:27 PM   #6
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Geez, children, chill out.
I think I have the water pump, a CarQuest rebuilt unit NOS, with the date code being hard to read.
Why doesn't anyone want ducts, bezels, or battery cables?
Because the ducts etc. are the easy part. He's looking for the hard parts and readable date codes Dad.
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Old April 13th, 2017, 07:40 AM   #7
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I am all knowing and I will deal with you next time I see you.





being that you can't even get up and down the stairs
I don't think that I have much to worry about


oh and I can out run you
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Hmm, what's going on here? I don't like seeing my 66 brothers fighting (if that is what this is)
Deep breathe, life is too short.
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Old April 13th, 2017, 09:25 AM   #9
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Hmm, what's going on here? I don't like seeing my 66 brothers fighting (if that is what this is)
Deep breathe, life is too short.
Not to worry,we are all good friends carrying on a bunch of BS. I will take him out if he keeps running his pie hole tho.
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Old April 13th, 2017, 12:06 PM   #10
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And here we have the ductless wonder saying they are the easy part, lol.
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Hahaha ductless wonder. Yea Mike when you going to break the lock off that wallet and upgrade. A man of your stature should only have the best!
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He doesn't even know that his 66's parking lights are in the wrong positions! He thinks the W30-delete option is desirable.
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He doesn't even know that his 66's parking lights are in the wrong positions! He thinks the W30-delete option is desirable.
Those stupid hoses would interfere with my C60.
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According to those in the know, the OAI hoses will jump an AC compressor just fine, however, the only factory application of that baloney was the 68 H/O with AC, which MAY be why they hacked a hole in the hood for the 69 H/O instead of coming up from the bumper scoops like the 69 W-30/31. I don't think any 67 Track Pack "w-30" OAI over the counter packages went on AC cars, or so little that no info has lasted to this day.
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Mike, you know that the proper and correct C option is C48 not C60. Lose the compressor and add the ducts!
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Now Back to our story

Still looking for these parts


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...the W30-delete option...
Oh, DAMN. Now you made coffee come out my nose.
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Oh, DAMN. Now you made coffee come out my nose.


Hey Joe, sorry to chime in on an active thread, but I've sent you numerous PMs with no response.. Is your inbox full?
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